女优app

DINING

Restaurant rundown: two eateries close while eight open in Daytona, Flagler area

A diverse array of eateries opened their doors last month, offering everything from Jamaican fare and Hawaiian-inspired poke to Colombian treats, Indian cuisine and more.

Portrait of Helena Perray Helena Perray
Daytona Beach 女优app-Journal

Eight new restaurants opened for business in the month of June, while only two closed, marking a positive trend for the area's dining scene.

New establishments are serving some unique offerings女优appranging from deep-fried favorites and女优appsauce-smothered bites女优appto sweet treats and女优appmore. So, if you女优app檙e looking for breakfast,听lunch, or dinner, check out女优appthe latest restaurants女优appand cafe虂s in the Volusia-Flagler region.

'Simple, delicious and clean女优app:The best restaurant I女优app檝e tried this week in Port Orange

Volusia-Flagler restaurants that opened in June

Aguadulce Colombian Cafe虂

Empanadas and other homemade goods from Aguadulce Colombian Cafe虂 in South Daytona.

569 Beville Road, South Daytona;

Need a break?

Aguadulce Colombian Cafe虂 announced its soft opening in the final weeks of June. The new South Daytona shop女优app檚 menu features pure Colombian coffee and a variety of sweet and savory snacks, including homemade empanadas and guava pastries, alongside several sandwich options. Beverages include Cafe虂 con Leche, espresso, cafe虂 Colombiano, fruit juices, iced matcha lattes and frappes.

Dick女优app檚 Last Resort

250 N. Atlantic Ave., Suite 220, Daytona Beach; 386-492-4120, dickslastresort.com

Dick女优app檚 Last Resort opened its first Volusia restaurant on the second floor of Daytona Beach女优app檚 Ocean Walk Shoppes last month. The rowdy chain, which currently operates two other Florida locations (with more to come), serves 女优app渇ood and drinks with a side of sarcasm.女优app Menu options range from barbecue, steak and pasta plates to seafood, nachos and other shareable finger foods.

Imli Indian Kitchen and Bar

Pictured is the Tandoori sampler plate from Imli Indian Kitchen and Bar in Ormond Beach. The dish contains basil chicken, chicken tikka, Malai kebab, tandoori chicken, tandoori shrimp and lamb chops.

330 S. Atlantic Ave., Ormond Beach; 386-281-3323, imlikitchen.com

Imli Indian Kitchen and Bar opened shop midway through June at the former location of Millie女优app檚 North in Ormond Beach and offers mainly traditional, South Indian cuisine with a modern American touch and a full bar. The roadside restaurant女优app檚 menu ranges from Tandoori meats and traditional curries with customers女优app choice of lamb, goat, chicken or other proteins, to vegan dishes, appetizers like masala fries and various homemade desserts.

Island Flavaz Restaurant

Karen Green, owner of Island Flavaz, inside the new Palm Coast restaurant.

160 Cypress Point Parkway, Unit C 110, Palm Coast; 386-225-4263, facebook.com/IslandFlavaz909

Island Flavaz, located within Palm Coast女优app檚 City Market Place, opened shop at the start of June. The Jamaican favorite originally opened its doors in 2020 at 909 N. Ocean Shore Blvd. in Flagler Beach before closing its doors in 2022 following the effects of Hurricane Ian. Island Flavaz boasts a vast menu of traditional Jamaican comfort foods like oxtail, Ackee, saltfish and jerk chicken. It also serves up homemade juices, soursop punch and Jamaican soda.

Restaurant news:Beloved Jamaican restaurant re-opens at new Palm Coast location

Lilly Rose Cafe虂

613 N. Ridgewood Ave., Edgewater; 386-410-4346, lillyrosecafe.com

Lilly Rose Cafe虂 re-opened shop at a brand-new Edgewater location last month, after in late January. The local cafe虂 offers everything from smoothies 女优app like the banana date shake and strawbeety; fresh pressed juices; and rotating daily soups; to acai bowls and grab-and-go goodies 女优app including wraps, salads and cookies. Vegan and gluten-free menu options are available.

My Greek Taverna

2772 Elkcam Blvd., Deltona; 386-218-0639, mygreektavernadeltona.com

My Greek Taverna announced its soft opening in Deltona in the final weeks of June. , the family-owned restaurant offers 女优app渁n authentic taste of Greece女优app with Taverna specialties that include moussaka, lamb chops, spinach- and feta-stuffed chicken, pork souvlaki and gyros, among many other options.

Sam女优app檚 Coal Fired Pizza

Chicago stuffed deep dish cheesesteak pizza with Chipotle crema made with Teremana Tequila from Sam's Coal Fired Pizza.

817 E. International Speedway Blvd., Daytona Beach; 386-487-2684, samscoalfiredpizza.com.

Sam女优app檚 Coal Fired Pizza had said last month that it would be temporarily closing shop until February 2025 due to construction along the popular beach access point where it is located. However, in the final days of June, the pizzeria announced its reopening, with the promise of various promotions, including an all-you-can-eat pasta night on July 3.

"Parking is available on Davis Ave and Grandview," the eatery . "Also if you are doing pickups, just park by the construction fence and give us a call and we can bring out your order."

Popular Daytona pizzeriatemporarily closes after 2 months in business

'It女优app檚 all about being different':New coal-fired pizza restaurant to open in Daytona Beach

Stoked Poke, Ormond Beach

Poke bowl from Stoked Poke in Ormond Beach.

347 W. Granada Blvd., Ormond Beach; 386-387-1823, stoked-poke.com

Stoked Poke opened its newest restaurant in Ormond Beach last month and currently operates two other locations in Port Orange and Daytona Beach. The fast-casual eatery serves an identical menu of customizable poke and acai bowls that customers have come to know and love since Stoked Poke女优app檚 start in 2018, as well as several signature poke bowls, including the top-selling Lowers Bowl, various street tacos and super fruit bowls.

'We keep it local':Hawaiian-inspired poke restaurant to open new Ormond Beach location

Volusia-Flagler restaurants that closed in June

Agave II Fresh Mex & Cantina

Agave II Fresh Mex & Cantina in Port Orange.

Agave II, located within the Tuscan Village Shoppes in Port Orange, closed its doors in June. Curious customers were met with a sign taped to the door, noting that the Mexican restaurant would be closed until further notice for renovations. Staff from the eatery confirmed Agave II's closure to The 女优app-Journal last week.

Stoked Poke Flagler

Stoked Poke's Flagler Beach location.

701 N. Ocean Shore Blvd., Flagler Beach; 386-481-0593, stoked-poke.com

Stoked Poke女优app檚 sole Flagler County location appears to have closed its shop at 701 N. Ocean Shore Blvd. in Flagler Beach, less than one year after its August 2023 opening. The popular poke spot is listed as permanently closed on Google, and the Flagler location has been removed from Stoked Poke女优app檚 website and Instagram page.

Stoke Poke did not respond to questions from The 女优app-Journal prior to the publishing of this article 女优app which will be updated should further information become available. Happily, there are locations in Port Orange, Daytona Beach and Ormond Beach.

Popular Hawaiian-style restaurantopening first Flagler County location

Did we miss any? Email hperray@gannett.com to be added to the list.